“The Upper East Side was like something from Fitzgerald or Thackeray. Teenagers acting like adults. Adults acting like teenagers, guarding secrets, writing gossip all with the trappings of truly opulent wealth. And membership in this community was so elite, you couldn’t even buy your way in. It was a birth right. A birth right I didn’t have, and my greatest achievements would never earn me.
All I had to compare to this world was what I read in books, but that gave me the idea. I wasn’t born into this world – maybe I could write myself into it. I overheard enough conversations to be able to mimic the language of the Constance girls, but every writer needs his muse and it wasn’t until that photo of Serena in that white dress.. that I knew I had something strong enough to actually create a legend and launch a website.
Within weeks, I was getting dozens of emails with stories about Upper East Siders, so I posted them anonymously, and then I got more. Before long, it was a monster– everyone was sending tips. And when Serena came back from boarding school, I wrote my first post about me: Lonely Boy, the outsider, the underdog. I might have been a joke, but at least people were talking about me.”
Its the final day of filming. The GG gang are filming the last few of the wedding scenes and the atmosphere is really good but emotional as the cast know it's their last day together before their holidays. They have just filmed Chuck's wedding speech and are taking their lunch break.
Leighton and Ed have eaten their lunch and are standing around on set talking.
L: Hey let me know if you see Seb, he said he was coming today but he's not here yet. E: Ever heard of a phone...you can use it to contact someone to find out where they are. L: (laughs) Well i dont have it with me do I! its in my locker....
Okay so it’s been awhile since I've updated my Numb Novel but I think I’d take a break from that old story and bring you a new one... this is set after Blair told Chuck it was over in "Gone with the Will" so enjoy... ~~~~~~~~~~
Her words kept echoing in his head like a broken record "It's too late, Chuck. I stood by you through all of this but I can't watch you self-destruct any longer." He understands though. He actually thought it was funny because he knew that she would come back to him. She always did. But a little voice in the back of his head kept saying "This time it was different."...